Recognizing the Signs of Medical Negligence

Medical malpractice is a widespread problem in the U.S. Sometimes, medical errors result in only minor, fleeting complications, but in other malpractice cases, the negligence of healthcare providers can result in death. It’s important for everyone to be proactive participants in their own healthcare. In part, this is accomplished by becoming fully informed of the […]

Understanding Different Types of Cerebral Palsy

If your child was diagnosed with cerebral palsy after being born in Annapolis, you will undoubtedly want to learn as much as possible about the diagnosis and you may wish to speak with medical malpractice lawyers to determine if doctor negligence could have been a factor. Cerebral palsy is an umbrella term for a group […]

Exploring the Impact of a Traumatic Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is often caused by a car accident or other types of accidents that involve severe blows to the head. Severe TBIs can be fatal. When the victim does survive, he or she could face lifelong challenges, and may require intensive medical care and supervision on a 24/7 basis. These care […]

NYSBA Article: “Is Social Media Changing the Way We Think of Trade Secrets . . . and How We Protect Them?”

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Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit After an Elder Abuse Incident

Elder abuse is among the most reprehensible of offenses. It takes considerable trust to place a beloved family member in a nursing home; families have the right to expect that their loved ones will be treated well. When a nursing home breaches that trust by committing elder abuse in Annapolis, it’s time to take action. […]

How Definite Must a Contract be to be Enforceable?

Companies often enter into contracts where they commit to negotiate in good faith at some future time over some future event. This often happens with teaming agreements among government contractors, where the parties agree to submit a bid on a contract and then negotiate in good faith on the terms of their working relationship once […]

Maryland Broadens Statute Prohibiting Discrimination in Compensation Based on Sex

Maryland recently amended its equal pay statute, Maryland Labor & Employment Code §§ 3-301 et seq. , by substantially broadening the protections it provides. The new provisions take effect October 1, 2016. One way in which the statute was expanded is that it now not only prohibits discrimination in the payment of wages based on […]

Supreme Court Holds a Merits Ruling is Not Required for a Defendant to be a Prevailing Party

The United States Supreme Court recently addressed the issue of whether a ruling on the merits is required for a defendant to be considered a prevailing party and, thus, eligible for an award of attorneys’ fees under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended (“Title VII”). In CRST Van Expedited, Inc. […]